Water Reuse and Desalination: Water Scarcity Solutions for the 21st Century

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Scheduled for Sydney in mid-November, 2010, this specialty conference will focus on practical aspects of water reuse and desalination as well as relevant research being conducted in the U.S. and Australia. The conference theme is Water Reuse and Desalination: Water Scarcity Solutions for the 21st Century. The conference will feature a blue ribbon assemblage of world class experts on these two vital components of the water supply equation.

Who Should Attend

  • Academics Scientists
  • Consultants Water and Wastewater Utility Officials
  • Engineers Water Agency Managers
  • Government Officials

Core Topic Areas

  • Agricultural reuse
  • Alternative drivers of water reuse
  • Concentrate/brine management and disposal
  • Desalination case studies
  • Advanced disinfection technologies
  • Public education and outreach
  • Environmental impacts of desalination
  • Energy/Water nexus
  • Financing, pricing, and economics
  • Green building and reuse applications
  • Natural Systems - including ASR and SAT
  • Health effects and risk assessment
  • Industrial reuse
  • Operations/maintenance and operator issues
  • Regulatory/Institutional issues
  • Salinity Management
  • Sustainability through reuse and desalination
  • Source water augmentation for potable use
  • Treatment technologies - desalination/reuse
  • Urban reuse - golf courses, parks, etc.
  • Innovative reuse applications
  • Research - Water Reuse and Desalination
  • Membranes and MBRs
  • Pharmaceuticals and personal care products
  • Trace organics
  • Planning for water reuse and desalination
  • Potable reuse
  • Public acceptance/perception

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